Healing by most powerful Hawaiian Prayer Ho oponopono and Life Force Energy of Reiki


Have you ever heard of a Hawaiian prayer Ho'oponopono ? 

It all started with therapist Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, along with what some people might call a miracle. Dr. Len is said to have miraculously aided patients with their recovery using the unique therapeutic method of Ho'oponopono

Ever found yourself in need of a miracle? Some harmony? Inner peace? 

Ho'oponopono, pronounced HO-oh-Po-no-Po-no, could be just what you need!

Dr. Len is said to have moved through the wards repeating the simple 

Ho oponopono mantra, healing the patients from within himself. 

“I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you.”

How can this be? How can healing ourselves heal others in turn? How can what we do internally affect everything externally? Everything around us? It’s key to know that in Ho'oponopono there is no “around us”, everything that happens to us in fact happens within our minds. That’s right, whatever you see, hear, experience, it all occurs uniquely in your mind. We may think that it’s an external force, that it’s beyond our control, but in fact it’s entirely within our control. We control how we react to it and how we react as a consequence to it, to what we have consumed or absorbed. If you watch the news, it’s your responsibility. It’s your responsibility to clear it, clean it and change it. 

This Hawaiian method of forgiveness has just four simple steps. It doesn’t matter in what order you apply them, what matters is the unique combination and power of the four combined. 

“I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you.”

Ho'oponopono is something you can do entirely on your own. It doesn’t require validation from anyone else. No one needs to witness your Ho'oponopono, it isn’t even something you need to say out loud. Its power is in the feeling and the willingness to forgive and to love.



“I’m sorry.”

Accepting that we are responsible for everything in our mind can stir up some complicated emotions. For instance, upon hearing about a storm, you may question whether you some way, somehow had a part in creating, generating that storm. What if someone is injured, or upset? What part did I play in all of that? Accepting that you did indeed play some part in this can be conflicting at first, but once you witness first hand the effects of Ho'oponopono things will become clear to you. 

Start with something easy, something that you know, deep down, you are responsible for. Maybe you haven’t been taking care of your health, smoking, drinking. Simply acknowledging this by saying, I’m sorry, is the first step of Ho'oponopono. The more clearly you tell yourself and the more clarity you have in your mind the more impact it will have. Once you feel ready, try a lengthier message, “I acknowledge my responsibility for the issue I’m experiencing in my life and I feel remorse that something in my consciousness is the reason behind this.”


“Please forgive me.”

Ask for forgiveness. It doesn’t matter who you ask, just that you ask, put it out there in the universe. You can ask yourself if you like. Say it as many times as it takes, centring your thoughts on your remorse from the step on repentance. 


“Thank you.”

Again, it doesn’t matter who or what you're thanking. This isn’t about thanking religious figures, a divinity, or individual people in your personal life. You’re just putting it out there in the universe, same as in step 2, when we asked for forgiveness. 

4. LOVE 

“I love you.”

Step 4 is all about love. Some people like to start with this as their step one. As we mentioned earlier, the steps are interchangeable and work just as well in any order, so you can do them in whichever order feels best to you. Show love to your body, show love to a higher power, your home, the world around you, the adversity you’ve faced, what challenges you, what changes you. It may seem simple, but it’s amazingly effective. Ho’oponopono is an ageless type of wisdom and an ancient Hawaiian practice, a unique method of clearing and cleansing the mind, body and soul. It’s more than just positive thinking, Ho'oponopono transforms negativity and fear using acceptance, because deep down acceptance is the basis for transfer

Ho’oponopono. It’s a foundation for love and forgiveness and it’s something money can’t buy. Ho’oponopono has similar layers of depth and understanding. “Pono” simply means balance, so one interpretation is making things right, twice. Some people talk of a forgotten Hawaiian chant of Ho’oponopono, used to invoke our higher self and cleanse the subconscious mind.

Reiki And Hoʻoponopono

Reiki when combined with any other healing modality works wonders. 

We can combine Reiki with the Ho’oponopono process, bringing together healing energy with the power of forgiveness, love and gratitude.

This technique can bring incredible results, as I witnessed on myself and other clients. Just follow these steps with an open mind, making any changes in line with your intuition, and surrendering completely to the power of Infinite Consciousness

My Mindful Achievers interviews

how ho oponopono and Reiki changed their lives

 Mindful Achieve Rupali 

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